February 13, 2020
Arts & Culture

Adelaide Fringe: Roll up, roll up!

The Adelaide Fringe is here and the city is buzzing. With so many shows and experiences on offer, the choice can be overwhelming – here are a few places to start.

Fringe is all set for another big year. Pictured is the Garden of Unearthly Delights, by Andre Castellucci

At Tandanya, take a stroll along the immersive dreaming track that tells the story of creation and country. For all 31 days and nights, Yabarra – Dreaming in Light combines ancient stories and modern technology. You’ll wander across sand piles, through wind tunnels and into bush.

Jakirah, Karl and Tikana Telfer. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily

Burlesque, cabaret and circus – After Hours Cabaret Club at Gluttony has it all.

Over at Gluttony, it’s all about songs, sparkles and sequins. Velvet Rewired is a disco cabaret spectacle with Marcia Hines and a cast of acrobats, aerialists and singers. This one has it all, jam-packed into one night of fabulous funk.

There’s a little bit of everything at After Hours Cabaret Club, from burlesque and cabaret to sideshow and circus. Expect debauchery and sophistication all at once.

There’s a unique flavour to Blunderland, hailing from Brooklyn’s most notorious nightclub, The House of Yes. Dive into the weird world of kitsch, glamour and shock.

At the Garden of Unearthly Delights, L.I.A.R (Life is a Rehearsal) features Berlin-born performer Remi Martin, who has starred in Limbo and is also at the Garden with Blanc de Blanc Encore.

If you enjoyed House of Mirrors last year, make sure you check out 1000 Doors, which was created by the same artists, Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney. Surrender to the labyrinth with its peeling wallpaper and eerie soundtrack.

Find yourself in the uneasy space of 1000 Doors at the Garden of Unearthly Delights.

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